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republicans would offer different ideas. with us now, democratic chairman, former virginia governor, tim kaine. governor, good to see you. thank you so much for joining us. >> you bet, norah, glad to be back. >> i know you're familiar with what the president's message has been. he was on fire yesterday in milwaukee. you are going to be unveiling this midterm strategy tomorrow. what will it be? >> well, pretty much what the president was saying. that the electorate has a very clear choice between a democratic party that is doing the heavy lifting to turn an economy from negative, shrinking, to growing, move from losing jobs, 750,000 jobs a month to the private sector job growth in each of the last eight months. we're not where we want to be yet. we got a long way to go. so the question is, do you get there by continuing to climb or do you get there by handing the keys over to the other guys, the party that put us in the worst tailspin since the 1930s? that choice is a stark one and a clear one. it's going to be tough. midterms are always tough, especially when the economy's hard. but as voters
, virginia. this comes a day after house republican leader john boehner signaled he may be willing to compromise and vote for the president's middle class tax cut if that's the best deal he can get. today, treasury secretary tim geithner said it's full speed ahead for the administration. >> we very much welcome recent indications republicans may not hold middle class tax cuts hostage to have us borrow $700 llion from our children to make permanent tax cuts to the 2% of earners in the country. if these republicans mean what theyas say, there's no reason t delay moving forward on these -f on tax relief for the middle class. >> with me w nbc's chief white house correspondent and political director chuck todd and also my co-host on "the daily rundow" nice to see you again. >> howdy. >> hello. feels like thefo white house is ready for a rumble with john boehner. we even expect the president to bring this up again this afternoon talking with the fairfax family about the economy. >> that's right. look. they think they have developed a foil in john boehner. right? the premise of ten days w
to maine. almost two feet of rain fell on the carolinas just this morning. in virginia two people were rescued from a car that was struck in a flooded intersection. more than five inches of rain fallen in participants of virginia and washington, d.c. prompting flash flood watches and warnings. we have meteorologists and reporters all along the east coast. we begin with the weather channel's jeff morrow, who is in washington, d.c. a couple hours ago we couldn't see you. now it looks a
and virginia beach get the worst of it. rapidly goes up to cape cod. that's also out there in block islands through the islands. this storm is going to miss the united states. even on a weak back side we could see winds of 100 miles per hour. that's not exactly weak. we will see damage. >> nothing to sneeze at, indeed. bill karins, thank you so much. ron mott, thank you. i know you'll be at your post throughout. coming up next, is israel's prime minister going to extend his moratorium? that's a big issue. later we hear from one of president abbas' members. >>> plus which three em battled senators could decide who wins the senate? catching up over wood-grilled shrimp and chicken. and with lunches starting at just $6.99... it's an hour you wouldn't trade for anything. ♪ now the healing power of touch just got more powerful. introducing precise from the makers of tylenol. precise pain relieving heat patch activates sensory receptors. it helps block pain signals for deep penetrating relief you can feel precisely where you need it most. precise. only from the makers of tylenol. how's it work?
. thursday night north carolina, virginia. friday morning it hits new jersey and then by friday night it heads up on to cape cod. that's kind of the timeline of the storm. not going to hurt anybody saturday, sunday or monday. friday event ain't will all start down in there carolinas. >>> just imagine the traffic jams as people try to get ahead of the storm. >> wait until saturday. >> exactly. wait until saturday. thank you for the weather and traffic advice. >>> now to iraq. america's combat role has ended. operation new dawn begins. this morning's ceremony inside one of saddam's old palaces part of camp victory was the official hand jomp as u.s. forces stepped back into a supporting and training role. >> ending this war is not only in iraq's interest, it's in our own. the united states has paid a huge price to put the future of iraq in the hands of its people. through this remarkable chapter and the history of the united states and iraq, we have met our responsibilities. now it's time to turn the page. >> william cohen served as defense secretary under president bill clinton and is n
are not in an endangered district. we've got glenn nye, second district in virginia not even describing himself as a democrat in his campaign commercials and isn't mentioning health care so you are in a minority in terms of people, members of congress seeking re-election as you all are. >> i knew you were going to say that. >> you're smarter than i am, sir. >> just this morning, a few hours ago i spoke to a pretty conservative group of folks, and when i explained to them the fact that america is better than to leave our sick dying, or to leave them unable to get well, i ended up getting a standing ovation and these were not your super super liberal folks, and what i'm saying to you is that i'm glad the president is getting out there and talking about this legislation, because it is very important legislation, and i get tired of people saying that we did not address the issue of jobs. keep in mind, andrea, before the president even got into office, the first thing he said was that we were going to do the recovery bill, and he wanted it on his desk a few days after he got into office and it took
and in single single digits in connecticut and west virginia. the republicans are still going to have a very good night on election night, right? >> yeah. the republicans are going to have a good night, but what the tea party has done to the republicans is it's taken competitive races off the field and removed them into a more competitive position for the democrats. i'll give you a couple of examples. in nevada, harry reid was in serious trouble until a tea party candidate was nominated. in kentucky, the republicans shouldn't have to defend kentucky. but because there's a tea party candidate there -- >> a lot of people assumed mike castle was going to win last night. >> a lot of people said mike castle was going to win, but now the democrats are probably going to win that general. and if lisa markowski runs as an independent, the republicans will probably win there. but what they need to do is take a look at the seats that are now back in play or where democrats have an advantage because of the tea party movement, disrupting their primaries and frankly disrupting america. >> all right. we're
. there's one thing we've heard from a democrat, specifically jim webb of virginia, which is the military is conducting its own internal study of what the effects of don't ask, don't tell will have on soldiers in the field as well as the different branches of service within the barracks and whatnot. a lot of republicans want to see the findings and results of that study. after that study is then confirmed and the results are presented, then make up an opinion about don't ask, don't tell. the votes are there, everyone for the most part will tell you, folks are hesitant to go right now. they want the process to play out completely. >> luke russert, on top of everything from the hill, in about an hour, we'll have the key showdown, the vote. thanks so much. >> reporter: indeed. >>> still ahead, new york senator kirsten gillibrand will join us and she has joined forces with lady gaga, of all people, never thought i'd say that, pushing the repeal of don't ask, tell. >>> iran's president mahmoud ahmadinejad is at the united nations today blaming capitalism for the world's problems. nbc news tehr
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